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Black Tulip Asset Management : Introduces its $182,500,000 USD Real Estate and Hollywood Media Investment Bond Platform

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10/12/2018 | 03:57am CET

Black Tulip Asset Management (“BTAM”) is pleased to introduce its $182,500,000 USD real estate and media investment bond platform consisting of three Euro Medium Term Notes:

BLACK TULIP GLOBAL FUND CRE ETP I
$50,000,000 USD 5.25% Coupon Fixed Secured Target >10%
Reg. S Euro MTN due 2024, ISIN XS1733829524

BLACK TULIP REBEL WAY ENTERTAINMENT ETP I
$55,000,000 USD Target >15%
Reg. S Euro MTN due 2023, ISIN XS1887320544

BLACK TULIP EMPYRE MEDIA ETP I
$77,500,000 USD Target >15%
Reg. S Euro MTN due 2026, ISIN Pending

Using an innovative Irish securitization program arranged by FlexFunds and issued by IA Capital Structures plc and HFMX DAC, the underlying assets are structured as exchange-traded products and distributed through an Euroclearable, dual-listed security on Euronext Paris and Wiener Börse, providing simplicity, full transparency and tax-efficiency, including price (NAV), calculation and global distribution, ISIN, Bloomberg/Reuters page, trustee services by Sanne Fiduciary and Intertrust Trustees and audit services by PwC.

On the recent launch, BTAM Managing Partner Oliver Gilly said, “Global investors and their advisors are invited to seize this unique opportunity to participate in the U.S. commercial real estate and Hollywood media markets by purchasing a listed debt instrument through their brokerage accounts.”

Exclusively for non-U.S. professional clients, eligible counterparties or qualified investors for the purpose of providing information. Investors should carefully consider the investment objectives, risks and fees before investing any money. Not FDIC insured | No bank guarantee| May lose value.

About Black Tulip Asset Management LLC: A Miami-based alternative asset management company founded by Benoit P. Pous Bertran de Balanda and Oliver Gilly, two experienced financiers and asset managers, BTAM is exclusively focused on advising and structuring exchange-traded products (“ETP”) on the European capital markets and other capital structures. BTAM perceived a global appetite for dollar assets secured by commercial real estate and Hollywood media assets giving non-U.S. qualified investors the opportunity to participate in the economic benefits without the complexity typically involved in direct private investments. BTAM aims to establish over $1 billion USD in ETPs for institutional and private wealth distribution in Europe, Latin America, Asia and Middle East.

For further information visit www.blacktulipam.com


© Business Wire 2018
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